Personal Digital Archiving 2017
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Stanford University Libraries (SUL) served as host of Personal Digital Archiving (PDA) from March 29-31, 2017. The conference focused on current and emerging trends and scholarship in personal information management and personal digital archiving.
PDA 2017 showcased projects and research by digital archivists, tool and service developers, independent researchers, and others engaged in the collection, preservation, and study of data shedding light on individuals, their families, and their communities. Keynote speakers included Kim Christen and Gary Wolf.
Personal Digital Archiving 2017 was made possible through the support of Stanford University Libraries, including Special Collections and University Archives, the Center for Interdisciplinary Research, and ePADD. The Stanford Historical Society generously sponsored video recording of the conference.
Stanford University Libraries connects people with information by providing diverse resources and services to the academic community. The Libraries' Department of Special Collections and University Archives acquires, preserves, and provides access to primary source materials of all kinds for research and teaching, and their Center for Interdisciplinary Digital Research (CIDR) enables digital research and teaching to encourage and inspire innovative scholarship throughout the University.
ePADD is free and open-source software developed by Stanford University Libraries that supports screening, browsing, and access for email of potential historical or cultural value.
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